Preview. DHQ: Digital Humanities Quarterly Digital Humanities & Colonial Latin American Studies Editors: Hannah Alpert-Abrams and Clayton McCarl Articles Modeling Amerindian Sea Travel in the Early Colonial Caribbean Emma Slayton, Carnegie Mellon University [sp] El Catálogo Colectivo de Marcas de Fuego.
Mercedes I. Open Arts Objects. Monoskop. PBS Books Storytime – PBS Books. “PBS Books Storytime” is a resource developed by the PBS Books channel to offer author read-aloud stories and book features for educators, libraries and families.
The segments feature children’s book authors and others in “Read-Aloud” segments and/or video features on new and best-loved children’s books. Stories will be posted each day, so follow PBS Books on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram and look for the hashtag #PBSBooksStorytime! Watch this space and our social media messages for new and fun stories! PBS Books is also aggregating a list of other credible book-related resources for parents, caregivers, librarians, and teachers, which you’ll find below. Exploring Open Access Image Resources.
Digital Resources – ALAA. Links to Digital Resources and Projects, High-Resolution Image Collections for ALAA website With so many useful digital resources and projects available online, I am trying to gather as many as I can to support ALAA members.
The plan is to create a “Resources” page on the ALAA website for us all to use for our research/scholarship and teaching. Currently, the resources and projects listed here are alphabetized and organized by general time period. However, if there are other categories that would be helpful and useful, please add them or change anything I’ve done. Anyone can add material. Please contact me (Lauren Kilroy-Ewbank, firstname.lastname@example.org or @LGKEwbank on twitter) or Jamie Ratliff (ALAA webmaster, email@example.com) if you would like to add anything to this list for the ALAA website. The Public Domain Review – Online journal dedicated to showcasing the most interesting and unusual out-of-copyright works available on the web.
Explore Latin American and Latinx Art History Through This Bilingual Digital Archive. In her 1977 essay “Conditions for Producing Chicana Art,” historian and curator Sybil Venegas articulated a history of the Chicana movement, arguing that its artists were transgressing the traditional roles of Mexican women to emerge in a primarily male-dominated field.
Venegas’s landmark text, one of the first scholarly articles on the subject of Chicana art, is among 8,200 primary source materials in the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston’s newly redesigned Documents of Latin American and Latino Art digital archive. Part of the MFA Houston International Center for the Arts of the Americas (ICAA)’s Documents Project, launched in 2002, the online trove overflows with source materials key to the study of art in Central and South America, the Caribbean, and US Latinx communities. According to the museum, the fully English/Spanish bilingual portal is the first and only digital humanities initiative of its kind in the fields of Latin American and Latinx art. Caa.reviews : Home. Yale Center for British Art. Michelangelo, Warhol, and Other Famous Artists Wrote Eloquent Letters to Friends and Family. Here Are Some of the Most Revealing Passages. Spare a thought for the art historians of the future: They’ll be stuck combing through messenger threads and decoding emojis for insight into their objects of study, instead of reading letters.
If you need to be reminded of what a loss that is, take a peek at Artists’ Letters: Leonardo da Vinci to David Hockney, a new book brings together 100 pieces of correspondence from some of the most famous artists of the last 600 years. The assembled missives are entertaining in their glimpses of the everyday thoughts of artists, and sometimes downright moving. The letters range from the poignantly prosaic (“I beg you, kind Sir, to have my payment order prepared promptly, so that I will now finally receive my well-earned 1244 guilders,” a destitute Rembrandt begs a patron) to the overpoweringly intimate (“Let your dear hands rest on my face, so that my flesh can be happy that my heart feels once again suffused with your divine love,” writes Rodin to Camille Claudel, around 1886). Your brain wants print ® sur Twitter : has solutions for instructors who distribute OER digitally but need to provide a print solution for students & bookstores.PDF Builder is a free solution to combine & remove pag.
A great resource on East-Central European Modernism that emerged from my MA programme!… WALDEMAR JANUSZCZAK sur Twitter : "#waldyforfree Art lovers, here are the FREE Waldy films I promised. You can see 'Toulouse-Lautrec' and 'The Impressionists' 1/ Go to 2/ Find the films 3/ Click on the price button 4/ Sign into Vim. Home · ICAA Documents Project · ICAA/MFAH. 1,700 3D Models of Cultural Heritage Objects Now Available in Public Domain.
Without setting foot inside a museum, 3D printer owners can now recreate some of the most recognizable items from institutions around the world.
In conjunction with Creative Commons and museums like the Smithsonian Institute, Sketchfab has launched a virtual collection of 3D models free and available to the public in an effort to promote open access to cultural heritage items. The first wave of models will offer 1,700 3D scans from 27 organizations in 12 countries. The program is ongoing, so there are plans to add 3D models to the collection.
Site Index. The OER Starter Kit – Simple Book Publishing. Art UK. Art History OER Wiki. The use of open educational resources (OERs) in art history courses is relatively new, and a largely unresearched topic, especially related to effectiveness of knowledge acquisition in direct comparison to traditional textbook instructional strategies.
OER articles. Online courses. Digitized Art Collections. Digital OER Resources. Art Beyond Sight: Art History Through Touch and Sound. Valuable to all.
Accessible to people who are blind or have low vision! A history of art from prehistoric to contemporary. Over 600 images with Verbal Descriptions Printable Tactile Diagrams with guidance of hands Interpretive Sound Compositions Art Activities and Teaching Tips "An interdisciplinary approach incorporating the most recent research in the fields of education, psychology, and art history," Paula Terry, Director of AccessAbility, National Endowment for the Arts These foundations have made this unique encyclopedia ONLINE possible: Christian A. We also gratefully acknowledge the committed people who make up our Creative Team. Exhibition at Craft in America Center traces the deep roots of craft in California's history.